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, the future of business is here at the young presidents organization. president bill clinton about to address the crowd, moments ago. last night i got a special chance to speak with magic johnson about his incredible road to business success. i started with a question about about honor from cnbc. he was surprised. >> you know, magic, i don't know whether you knew this but cnbc is putting together the 25 most influential business people of the past 25 years for our 25th anniversa anniversary. a list of 200. you were on it. >> oh, wow. >> we just cut to the final 100. you were on it. >> man. >> david stern got cut. what do you think? >> wow. >> is that a good call? >> well -- i love what david did for the nba. no question. he actually turned the whole league around, and i wouldn't say that it was a good cut. i love david. i wouldn't have had the platform that i did without him. i think he understood larry and i had just came in to the league to shine light on the celtics and lakers, when larry came in, took us to another level. when i was on my rookie -- my rookie season, when i was in the fina
a huge supporter of charter schools over the years starting with bill clinton, currently president obama is a huge supporter. the governor of the state of new york, governor cuomo is also a huge supporter. he's defying the leadership of his own party by taking this harsh stance. >> the charter school movement is spreading nationwide, is it not? >> it is. we now have charter schools in over 42 states and washington, d.c., serving a little over 2 1/2 million students every day. it's been around now for to 26 years. you're not talking about an experiment, you're talking about an established movement and sector that's very much alive and well. what's interesting about new york city aside from success academies is the growth and the success of the new york city charter school system. you have a good portion of these schools, whereas the schools are only about 6% of the entire population of the city, you are producing some of the best results in the entire nation. studies done by stanford university, by harvard university have consistently shown students in these charter schools are knock it o
dollars a speech. bill clinton makes three quarters of a million. i did a story about three or four years ago where i know donald trump was charging $1 million per speech to go to the real estate seminars people were putting on. i don't have a problem with it. he's out of office now. >> anybody -- you ever actually go hear these speeches? i have. >> they're boring. >> you would have to pay me to go. the only upside to it is that the more money he can make in a foreign country to bring back here, the better. good for him. >> i got no problem with it, either. topic two. united airlines cracking down on its carry-on policy. they are really going to enforce it apparently to the letter. not only the bag size limit, carry-on luggage no larger than nine inches by 14 by 12. that policy has been in effect for years but now if you are caught at the gate with oversized carry-ons, you will be taxed $25 a checked luggage fee. you may be sent back through security to check your bag at the check-in counter. this is going to cause lots of disruption, i think. >> you know, i fly a lot. people are obnoxiou
learn? >> yeah, kelly, interesting conversation i had with sylvia burwell who spent time in the clinton treasury, the clinton white house, went to the bill and melinda gates foundation, and then came right back here. this is her first budget. we began by talking about the major policy thrust inside this budget. >> what we believe is in order to get the economy growing at the maximum that we can, we need to put in place certain policies. whether that's doing things like focusing on the long-term unemployed, which are efforts that can help with our growth rates in the year, or doing things like immigration which we all know will contribute to economic growth, or doing things like corporate tax reform which we believe by broadening the base and lowering the rates you can help focus on economic growth. >> it didn't seem like it took very long until republicans started tweeting out that this is dead on arrival. i know you worked on this for a long time. does it feel like this thing is dead on arrival. you do all this work and it's like handing in a paper and your professor says you failed al
clinton, a lot was done during election years, things like welfare reform, balanced budgets and things like that. i think we can. >> do you have a favorite for the nominee for 2016? would you consider it? >> among the democrats or among the republicans. >> who do you like in the democrats? >> look, i don't know what they're going to end up with. i don't think it's going necessarily going to be hillary clinton. >> really? >> yes. i think there's a populous element in the party that's going to likely give her a run for her money in a primary should she run. our side it's going to be wide open. we have a lot of great candidates who have talked about running. i want to get through 2014 first. that's my focus. getting the majority in the united states senate i think changes the dynamic in this town. it enables us to get work done. i believe it will get the president to come to the table and work with us on some of these pro-growth policies we talked about that are desperately needed. it creates momentum for 2016 for republicans. >> is it wide open, is that different than it was before? chri
acting in a way, very, very rapidly. it reminds me, remember, when bill clinton said wait a minute, i have to wonder what a bunch of bond guys think about my health care plan? maybe one of those similar moments. we have to wait and see. joe in. >> all right, michelle. it affects his people, not him as much. he'll still be worth $100 billion. that's a very good question to bring up. we'll get back out now to becky. we can continue to talk to warren about ukraine or -- what was last night? i didn't see anything. did you get to watch? how did tina fey and oamy poehlr do? >> it was ellen last night. i didn't watch either but i think it was ellen. >> oh, okay. tina fey and amy poehler were not that -- it was ellen? i love ellen. i didn't know that. i was at a hockey -- >> it was a late night. i was busy getting ready for this. >> ellen degeneres? i feel silly. i feel -- wow. that's embarrassing. >> i'm really glad i read the story this morning so i knew that you were pulling my leg on this, because it may have gone over my head pretty easily. oh, yeah, they were fantastic. i thought they w
to school together. he was democrat of operative with clinton. so this guy to move up is to say, wait a second, i'm sure say some say is it business as usual? a guy who devised how people think about microsoft moves higher, not lower? to me sounds like maybe the change to misquote sam koch is not going to to come. >> nicely done. tesla today? >> jpmorgan we see this over and over again, the stock is overrun, using a metaphor there, jpmorgan raises price market. using 20/20 volume numbers, 20/20 foresight. instead of making 228,000, they'll make 288,000. i point out the ease which they raised $2 billion. >> one of the largest raises in quite some time. >> amazing. >> it is amazing. 1.25% on 7-year, not like they're pay you a lot of money, and up 40% on the conversion. >> this is -- i found this flabbergasting. i've got to tell you, i didn't give every single award on my friday show "mad money" to elon mu musk. i thought warren buffett would say, who's the next billionaire, i thought he might say musk. >> tesla's not done. >> one thing, target, it's not 320. >> yeah. so many bears doing
from moscow. >>> you saw maureen dowd over the weekend, bush versus clinton, saying that that's going to happen. years from now, it could still be another bush. george p. bush won in texas. >> he did. >> good for texas. he's a guest host that comes on. we need him to come now. he won. >>> coming up, more from honeywe honeywell, chairman and ceo dave cody, who looks really happy, right? >> i generally am. >> today is a good day. >> right. >> and later, a rare interview with glenn dubin. he'll talk markets, the economy and how he's helping the fight, fund the fight against breast cancer. first, find out why facebook is bankrolling a full-time beat cop. that story next. ♪ geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ she can print amazing things, right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they emb
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